Addiction Testimonials

Matthew O.

My name is Matthew, and I am in lifelong recovery. A little over two years ago my life was completely different from where I am at now. I always turned to drugs and alcohol to fix the feelings I had my whole life, and a way to shut my mind off. I wasn’t able to

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Kyle B.

My name is Kyle, and this is my story. For the longest time, I spent most of my life feeling alone and not a part of, like I belonged, or that anyone cared about me. I turned to drugs and alcohol to feel better about myself, and that lead to a life full of pain

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Nate S.

“My Story Of Recovery. My name is Nate and I am an addict. I didn’t always believe that statement, and if I’m being honest it took me walking down a long, difficult road to finally know the truth of that sentence. I’m not sure who’s going to be reading this but if you’re new to

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Joe K.

“My name is Joe K and this is my story. When I left the safe place that I had made my home and the friends I had come to know as family, I must admit I was a bit fearful. I had built this new life from the ground up at GateHouse. How could I

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John G.

“My name is John G., and this is my story. My first evening at GateHouse in Nashua, I was killing time on the front porch, waiting to check in and talking with a few of the guys. One of them asked me if I was a dad. I said yeah, three times over. He looked

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Nick H.

“My name is Nick, and I am a recovered drug addict. I played sports and was raised with strong family traditions, morals and values, given all opportunities to be a successful and respectable man. I got high for the first time when I was 15 after my aunt passed away, and from then on, I

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Cory B.

“My name is Cory, and I am a recovered drug addict. My upbringing was everything anyone could ever ask for as a child. My family was very loving, supportive and very involved. I was my own worst enemy. I had very low self-esteem and was always thinking about myself negatively, and instead of asking for

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Peter M.

“I started drinking when I was about 14 years old, and from that point on I had to drink to feel normal. As I got older, my drinking got worse and worse until I couldn’t function unless I was drinking. I ended up in the hospital the first time after I had seizures and was

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